Trump is scheduled to deliver remarks to military personnel and families at Joint Base Andrews on Friday at 3:35 p.m. ET. Watch the president's remarks here.
By Joshua Barajas
Can prevention and education programs be effective measures for stemming the opioid crisis? A new Maryland law raises the question.
By Nick Roll, Inside Higher Ed
White House spokesman Sean Spicer is declining to say whether Attorney General Jeff Sessions should invoke executive privilege in testimony to Congress Tuesday.
By Associated Press
District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine and Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh plan to announce what they call a "major lawsuit" Monday against the president.
By Brian Witte, Associated Press
By Jen Fifield, Stateline
Military families face unique stresses that may put military children at higher risk of maltreatment. Pentagon officials are pushing for state laws to require better reporting of suspected child abuse and neglect.
By Gene Johnson, Associated Press
Two federal appellate courts have heard arguments over Trump's revised travel ban.
By Lev Facher, STAT
As the White House and Republican-led Congress take aim at federal funding for health providers like Planned Parenthood that offer abortion services, some state lawmakers may step in to fill the breach.
By David Crary and Alison Noon, Associated Press
Even with the Republican failure to repeal Barack Obama's health care law, Democratic lawmakers in some states are pressing ahead with efforts to protect birth control access and Planned Parenthood funding.
With overdose deaths from opioids on the rise across the country, Baltimore has begun training everyday citizens to use a life-saving antidote as one tool to combat the crisis, and the approach is catching on. But while many more states…
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